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Source: Coalition for the Life Sciences
Memory loss is a sign of an aging brain. But when does forgetting cross the line from normal aging to something more serious?
Source: Society for Neuroscience
Scientists studying olfaction have learned how our sense of smell works and discovered that it might be more sophisticated than previously thought.
Source: Society for Neuroscience
In the developing nervous system, molecular signals determine a neuron’s fate.
Source: American Chemical Society
Your smartphone addiction isn't helping you sleep. In fact, an obscure chemical reaction may be keeping you awake.
Source: Society for Neuroscience

Taking breaks and quizzing yourself are two great ways to improve your memorization.

Source: The Kavli Foundation

Watch a conversation with neuroscientist Christopher Lowry about the microbiome-brain connection.

Recent Neuroscience in the News

Source: The Scientist
Date: 29 Jan 2015
Scientists have defined neurons responsible for excessive food consumption at an unprecedented level of detail.
Source: The Guardian
Date: 29 Jan 2015

Findings suggest chicks might share human tendency to map numbers from the lowest on left, to highest on right.

Source: Daily Mail
Date: 29 Jan 2015

A chemical in hops could slow the progression of degenerative diseases.

Source: NBC News
Date: 29 Jan 2015

A new study suggests there might be benefits to starting tackle football at a later age.

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